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Isometric Stretching Exercises vs Other Types of Stretching Exercises

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What is isometric stretching? Isometric stretching is when a contraction of the muscle targeted is combined with a static stretch. For example, you place your foot on a chair to stretch your hamstrings. When you feel the stretch in your...

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Stretching vs Yoga. Yoga vs Stretching. Is Yoga stretching?

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Stretching vs Yoga. Yoga vs Stretching. Is Yoga stretching? Stretching is Yoga, right? And Yoga is stretching. There are still people who believe that. And all it means is how much exposure someone had to Yoga and how much exposure...

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Over Splits

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Everything you ever wanted to know about the Over Splits. If you're looking for information on how to do an oversplit, when to do an over split, or how long will it take to get an over split. You probably...

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How long does it take to do the splits

How long does it take to do the splits

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Achieving the splits takes dedication, but the reward is worth it! Learn how long it takes to do the splits and get tips for stretching and staying safe.

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The 3 Most Effective Exercises for Developing Hip Internal and External Rotation

The 3 Most Effective Exercises for Developing Hip Internal and External Rotation

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The 3 Most Effective Types of Exercises for Developing Hip Internal and External Rotation Step by Step Guide on How to Improve Your Hip Internal and Hip External Rotation Hip rotation, external and internal hip rotation exercises: The Flexibility exercises,...

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How long should you stretch for to get maximum results? (Case Study)

How long should you stretch for to get maximum results? (Case Study)

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The question that often comes up is “How long should your stretching session be?” Should it be 30 minutes? An hour? 2 hours? And does it even make a difference? Turns out that it does! According to a research study...

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Shoulder Injuries? Scapula mobilization may be the reason why…

Shoulder Injuries? Scapula mobilization may be the reason why…

Posted by Paul Zaichik on

Overhead shoulder flexibility training and shoulder injuries when the scapula is not properly mobilized. This blog post is in response to questions about the previous blog post where I talked about shoulder flexibility and correlation to neck and head pain....

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Long Plateau and Injuries during Splits: [Case Study]

Long Plateau and Injuries during Splits: [Case Study]

Posted by Paul Zaichik on

Long plateau and injuries during splits can be solved with ZST muscle isolation. Case Study. If you're one of the people that is using regular stretching techniques and you are not getting results or you are getting uninjured. This case...

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Neck Pain? Neck Stiffness? Headaches? This may be the reason why…

Neck Pain? Neck Stiffness? Headaches? This may be the reason why…

Posted by Paul Zaichik on

I have noticed a pattern between tight shoulders, tight shoulder girdle muscles with neck pain or neck stiffness and headaches. The goal of this article is to get you to pay attention to your body and check thiscorrelation for yourself...

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